Master brake fluid tank 3D model. Multiple formats
Original lowpoly geometry preserved.
Element of the modern hydraulic brake system on vehicles.
In a hydraulic brake system, when the brake pedal is pressed, a pushrod exerts force on the piston in the master cylinder, causing fluid from the brake fluid reservoir to flow into a pressure chamber through a compensating port. This results in an increase in the pressure of the entire hydraulic system. This forces fluid through the hydraulic lines toward one or more calipers where it acts upon one or two caliper pistons sealed by one or more seated O-rings which prevent the escape of any fluid from around the piston.
max 2010 vray and mentalray
Date added: Aug 28, 2013
Product id: 541daf0c1e43f6d40e4a4bf1